After a summer break the biolab of Waag Society (the WetLab) will be open again for everyone interested in creating and executing awesome open source biology and technology related projects.
Examples of previous projects are:
- 3D printing with bacteria
- Colouring of textiles with pigmented bacteria
- Making sculptures using Mycelium (fungus)
- (Ongoing) development of open source lab devices (https://github.com/biohackacademy) now used in the world wide BioHack Academy (https://www.waag.org/en/news/fourth-biohack-academy-starts-january-2017)
- Using the cellulose biomaterial created by kombucha cultures as a paper or fabric
How it works
Collaborative projects are developed during 4-week cycles on Tuesday evenings.
The next cycle will start the 20th of September. Not able to make it the first evening? You are welcome to join in later.
18:00 - 19:00 Door open; bring your own dinner
19:00 - 19:15 Introduction
19:15 - 21:15 Projects and experimentation
21:15 - 21:45 Wrap up
/Are you interested, but no idea how you can contribute? Come visit, experience and enjoy!
/Uncomfortable with visiting on your own? Bring a friend!
/Please let us know you are coming by clicking on the RSVP button. If you have question you can email the wetlab
- Other events (https://waag.org/en/lab/open-wetlab)the Open Wetlab organises
This is a DITOs (http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/203160_en.html) event and supported by the European Commission.